"World at Your Feet" is a song by English rock bandEmbrace, and is featured on the re-released version of their albumThis New Day. It was the official song of the EnglandWorld Cup squad in the 2006 FIFA World Cup campaign, and was released on 5 June 2006 (see 2006 in British music). Singer Danny McNamara told the NME: "We didn't apply to do this. They just asked us. Our manager said, 'Do you want to do the World Cup song? The FA want to know.' I asked my dad and he said, 'if you think you're up to it-do it!' I was just trying to cover all the bases." 
It was broadcast on Radio 1 on 21 April by Chris Moyles. A news reporter on BBC One was in a Bristol pub at the time and had several people listen and review the song. The first impressions were that the song is "too slow". This caused Moyles and a good friend of members of the band to shout out on the radio, live, "It's not too slow, it's perfect. Shut up and enjoy it."
While it does not have the terrace chant appeal of classic World Cup and European Cup songs such as "Vindaloo" or "Three Lions", many reviews from music critics seem to find favour with it - for instance, Planet Sound gave it an 8/10 mark, calling it "brilliant".
As the follow-up to their previous single, the #2 hit "Nature's Law", "World at Your Feet" became another commercial success for Embrace, marking their second UK Top 3 single by peaking at #3 in the UK Singles Chart.